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pushing east toward atlanta through alabama as we go toward lunch with the potential for damaging winds and possibly a few isolated tornadoes, and then later this afternoon, into the overnight tonight the heavy rain and thunderstorm will work up through the appalachians into western pennsylvania and western virginia. around the thunderstorms themselves there still could be some strong wind gusts up to 40 miles an hour in the southeast and up to 60 miles an hour in the mid-atlantic and northeast. for "cbs this morning," i'm mike augustyniak in minneapolis. >>> the commerce department says the economy shrank 0.1% in the last quarter of 2012 that hasn't happened since the recession ended in 2009. experts blame one-time factors including fewer exports, and the impact of superstorm sandy. rebecca jarvis will have more in the next half hour. >>> gun control debate on capitol hill today. nancy cordes is on capitol hill good morning. sxwrr >> reporter: good morning to you and to our viewers in the west. the hearing is getting under way at this hour with prominent figures from bot
wednesday morning the tornado touched down in adairsville, 60 miles north of atlanta. it ripped homes to shreds. >> i was so scared. it just picked me up and fling me three times. one man died when a tree fell on his home. >> there was no warning from the sirens, no wag. >> reporter: juanita carter dove into the bathtub to take cover as her house collapsed around her. >> i was glad my kids weren't in home, they were in school. >> reporter: they estimated the cloud as a quarter mile wide and touched down and stayed on the ground for a full two miles. >> this [ bleep ] on get back in here. >> reporter: overturned and tossed about vehicles and heavy tractor trailers were no match for the high winds, as many as 100 vehicles were flipped. that threw your truck about 250 feet there? >> evidently. wrapped it all in the power lines and i guess slammed it down. >> reporter: a state of emergency has been declared in the county that we're in this morning, as well as another county a little to the north. more than 6,500 power customers across the state of georgia are still in t
the tornado touched down here in adairsville, 60 miles north of atlanta. it tore off parts of a manufacturing plant and ripped homes to shreds. >> i was so scared. it picked me up and flinged me three times. >> reporter: one man died when a tree crushed his home. at least nine people were injured. juanita carter dove into the bathtub to take cover as the structure of her cinder block house collapsed around her. >> i'm glad my kids weren't home and they were in school. >> reporter: chief jones said they estimated it as a quarter mile wide and staid on the ground for a full two miles. overturned 57bds tossed about vehicles and even heavy tractor-trailers were no match for the high winds. as many as 100 vehicles were flipped. >> that through your vehicle about 150 feet there? >> evidently. wrapped it all in the power lines and i guess slammed it down. >> reporter: a state of emergency has been declared in the county that we're in this morning as well atz another county further to the north. more than 6,500 power customers across the state of georgia are still in the dark this morning. >> terrell
and hoping. >> all that -- >>> and it is good! and the atlanta falcons will play in the nfc championship game. what a catch! vereen has his third touchdown. >> ravens will be coming in to take on the patriots for the afc championship. >>> and all that matters. >> he described you, your words, not mine, as -- >> his words. >> as one tough bitch. >> yeah. >> on "cbs this morning." >> meryl streep is not here tonight. she has the flu. and i hear she's amazing in it. >>> welcome to "cbs this morning." new figures show the united states flu outbreak has reached a point of epidemic. new york is the latest state to declare a public health emergency. >> that's right. the cdc reports this morning that 47 states now have widespread flu outbreaks. the only states that don't are california, mississippi, and hawaii. elaine quijano is at st. luke's roosevelt hospital in new york city. elaine, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. as you're waking up in the west there is good news in california. the number of flu cases there have been minimal. here in new york state, some 20,000 ca
. that front, the whole system, pushing east toward atlanta as we go through lunch with the potential of damaging winds and possibly a few isolated tornadoes. later this afternoon into the overnight tonight, that heavy rain and thunderstorm threat will work up through the appalachians into western pennsylvania and western virginia. around the thunderstorms themselves there still could be strong wind gusts up to 40 miles an hour. and overnight tonight up to 60 miles an hour in the mid-atlantic and the northeast. for "cbs this morning," i'm mike augustyniak in minneapolis. >>> two of the biggest names from opposing sides of the battle will testify. nancy cordes is on capitol hill. nancy, good morning. >> charlie, good morning, norah as well. the two sides will face offer in a fierce debate. some of the most prominent figures will be testifying before the senate judiciary committee, the first of a series of hearings being called by democrats who are eager to enact new gun control legislation. hoping to head off new restrictions on guns, the ceo of the national rifle association will test
are you going, city boy? >> reorter: in the 1972 released "deliverance" four atlanta businessman navigated an untamed river by canoe in southern appalachia. they end up in hillbilly hell. lost in a depraved backwoods culture. >> squeal. >> reporter: audiences saw brutality and beauty. especially in north gaeorgia's c chatooga river where the movie was shot. 30,000 people a year raft these waters. a $20 million local industry. but the movie's impact went well beyond the river's banks. in "deliverance" north georgia was discovered. the state's movie industry took off. so many tourists came the chatooga river became federally protected. it can never be dammed or developed. but to this day some locals hate "deliverance." >> i find "deliverance" less tasty than -- not at all. >> barbara woodall is an author, a grandmother, and a self-brabed plain ole mountain gal. she says "deliverance" put north georgia on the map for all the wrong reasons. >> it was just repulsive. the stereotyping. >> reporter: what in particular? >> what stereotyping? oh, that we're all ignorant, stupid hillbillies straight
of i-40 in tennessee back toward atlanta and into upstate south carolina through the day tomorrow. could be up to a quarter inch of icing. then a chance for snow for the east coast. doesn't look like much. maybe an inch or so. the good news is that will bring in some slightly milder air by the end of the workweek and definitely by the weekend. back to you. >> thanks. democrats are already thinking about 2016. during yesterday's benghazi hearing senator barbara boxer and robert menendez took time to praise hillary clinton, making it clear they'd like her back in service. major garrett is at the white house where there's some nice snow on the ground. major, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, norah, charlie, and gayle. you know, there's no high-profile issue that joe biden hasn't set in motion or solved from the gay marriage to fiscal cliff to gun violence. biden is a visible force. but if he runs for president in 2016 he may well encounter outgoing secretary of state hillariry clinton but her exist has been marred by questions over benghazi and a recent health scare. there app
anymore. none. welcome back to tommie copper tv. please welcome, from atlanta ga, professional golfer matt icard. from katona ny, scratch golfer, amateur golfer, mr phil wright. welcome to you both to tommie copper tv. how you doing? good sir. how are you sir? we were talking before a second, matt here, you want to become a pro golfer. you want to get your pro card, or something? i want to be on the pga tour, yes sir. and so now tell me what's going on. what's been stopping you from getting there? a little bit of pain here and there. and just being able to play more than i do right now. it's tough to walk around on that course, right? got some aches and pains? yes, definitely through my knee and ankle. now how do you think tommie copper could help you get your card? i need to be able to be on the course 12-14 hours a day and practice and play. and phil, you're a scratch golfer. tell me what that means. that means i play at a competitive level, but never turned pro. so you go and beat up on your friends? exactly. i got it, i got it. tell them the truth, golf, the swing itself makes your bod
especially north of i-40 in tennessee, back toward atlanta and into upstate south carolina through the day tomorrow. could be up to a quarter of an inch of icing. then a chance of snow in the east coast. doesn't look like much. maybe an inch or so. that will bring in slightly milder air by the end the work week. >>> days into president obama's second term democrats are already thinking about 2016. during yesterday's benghazi hearings senators barbara boxer and robert maine then dez took time to praise hillary clinton making clear they'd like her back in public service. the talk is being matched by speculation over vice president joe biden. major, good morning. >> reporter: good morning norah, charlie and gayle. >> there's no issue of the high profile this past year that joe biden hasn't set in motion and solved from gay marriage the fiscal cliff. he may encounter outgoing secretary of state hillary clinton. clinton's exit has been marred by questions over benghazi and her recent health scare. there appears to be an opening and biden is not standing still. >> so hel
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